Conservation Law Enforcement Technology (Grenada)
Conservation Law Enforcement Technology is a two-year program of study that prepares
the graduate for entry-level employment as a Conservation Law Enforcement Officer
(game warden) in the state of Mississippi.
The program blends technical courses in forestry and academic courses in criminal justice with other academic courses, including the core. The Associate of Applied Science degree is earned upon successful completion of the program.
- Conservation Officer
- Federal Conservation Officer
- Conservation Law Officer in the private sector
The Conservation Law Enforcement Technology Department will provide educational preparation for employment in forestry-related technologies, which will prepare the student for productive employment, as well as to provide opportunities for lifelong learning.